+ Miller, Jr., Jack

August 18, 2001 + Jack Miller, Jr. + (updated: 8/27/01) 

It is with a very heavy heart that I must report the very unexpected passing of Jack Miller Jr. Jack was very involved with the Independant Live Steamers and had recently taken on the job of editor for their Newsletter. I hope others will be better able to fill you in with details, I am still unable to deal with his tragic loss. We had only recently gotten to know each other, but I feel Continue reading

+ Morewood, Bill

August 6, 2007 + Bill Morewood + (updated: 8/31/07)

William Henry Morewood (Bill), age 86, formerly of Pennington, NJ, died at Attleboro Nursing Center, Langhorne, PA on Monday, August 6, 2007.

Born in Rosemont, PA, May 15, 1921, Bill graduated from Haverford School (1939) and Cornell University (1943) with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He served in the Continue reading

+ Smith, Charles

Charles Smith + March 12, 2001

Charles Smith 83 yrs.old. passed away March 12th. He was a member for many years at Waushakum he was known to operate the switch at the end of the yard at meets.
He worked for the B&M for 40 years in various jobs .

Submitted by:
Arhtur Butler, Waushakum Live Steamers

+ Murry, George

George Murry + February 4, 2001

It is with a very heavy heart that I must pass on the following. This past Sunday, Feb. 4th, 2001 saw the passing of one of the Live Steam hobby’s pioneers. George Murray, at age 92 succumbed to illness that had plagued him most of his adult life. While many do not remember him these days, George was the publisher of the very first all Live Steam magazine in the USA. For two years, 1950 and 1951, George wrote published and edited, single-handedly, the magazine “The Live Continue reading

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